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Salvation Army opens "Carla's Haven"

It's been almost a year since Carla Lenert Boyd died unexpectedly, but since then she hasn't stopped helping people posthumously.

Splash Kingdom attempts to break world record

June 18, more that 700 pools and water parks attempted to break the Guinness World Record for the largest swim lesson. One of the water parks involved was Splash Kingdom in Shreveport.

UPDATE: Power outages reported in northwest LA, ETX

UPDATE (5:09 P.M.) As of 5:09 p.m., all outages in East Texas have been restored, as well as all in DeSoto and Veron Parishes in Louisiana. However, Sabine Parish has been added to the power outage list.

Health conference kicks off Saturday

It's National Men's Health Awareness month and a conference is coming up as part of the monthly celebration. The Men and Young Men's Health Conference kicks off at 8a.m this Saturday at Riverview Hall in Shreveport.

Caddo Commission looking at pay raise

Although it’s still in the early stages, some Caddo Commissioners are looking at the idea of a pay raise. The idea was brought up for discussion at yesterday's meeting.

CoHabitat Foundation to relocate under the Texas Street Bridge

CoHabitat Foundation announced today that it has reached an agreement to move its coworking facility, Cohab, into the Red River District under the Texas Street Bridge.

Toddler's death under investigation

Shreveport Police detectives are investigating the death of a toddler after a child arrived at a local hospital yesterday evening.

Project Swim kicks off with a splash

Parents waited in line at Rock Solid for hours, making sure their children were part of the 1,500 children getting free swim lessons.

Explo Systems to keep explosives license...for now

Explo Systems, the company responsible for the October 2012 blast that shook the Ark-La-Tex, and the company accused of illegally storing more that 10 million pounds of illegally stored explosives will keep their license for explosives for a bi

Improving Shreveport

Choice Neighborhoods is conducting a repopulation survey now through June 21. The survey is part of an effort to carefully review and assess the viability and redevelopment opportunities in the historic Allendale community.